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Album Review

I Poo Poo on Your Juju — surely a more meaningful or attractive title could have been generated? — assembled hard-to-find Third Eye Foundation remixes, along with one new track. To its credit, it doesn't sound like an odds-and-ends collection of reworkings, but strong enough to hold up on its own merits. The Third Eye Foundation, the project of Matt Elliott, has sometimes been portrayed as a drum'n'bass act. But actually this would be more aptly characterized as intelligent and eclectic electronica, only sometimes using drum'n'bass elements. It's a diverse grouping, including a treatment of a work by French composer Yann Tiersen and a remix of a cover of Jonathan Richman's "When I Dance." It's best when it crafts hauntingly attractive yet somewhat disquieting moods with its blend of misty and wobbly textures, as on the Tiersen piece. The ones employing more common electronic percussive elements are less distinctive, and the range is wide enough that it may be hard to find many listeners who like everything here. Throughout, Elliott is adept at painting upon or adding a wealth of sounds — jungle noises, electronic tones, classical piano, spooky special effects, a female voice, wavering bell rings — into his craft.


Born: 1996

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Third Eye Foundation was the apocalyptic drum'n'bass alias of onetime Flying Saucer Attack member Matt Elliot. Debuting in 1996 with Semtex, he returned a year later with the EP The Sound of Violence, soon followed by the full-length Ghost. You Guys Kill Me appeared in 1998,...
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